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If not for the price limit I would've told you to go with at-least something like the MSI GT63 TITAN-046, which is over $2500... Or even this Asus ROG STRIX for $1,719. For your budget, though I think the best you can get is the Acer Predator with an NVIDIA GTX 1070. Available in both a 15-inch screen size as well as a 17-inch model.


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Yes, but don't get one if you can avoid it. There are only two HDDs that fit the requirements you have: the Seagate ST2000NX0253 and the ST2000NX0303. At ~$300 each, these things are ridiculously expensive; you're looking at SSD tier pricing for a spinning drive. My recommendation would be to instead get a cheaper 5400RPM drive–my recommendation goes to ...


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TL;DR: Get a Celeron G3900 instead. Although you are correct in that the Xeon E3-1235L v5 and Xeon E3-1240L v5 have the lowest rated TDP (both at 25W), I would recommend staying away from these processors. Power consumption One thing to understand straight away is that under most conditions, the actual power consumption of the process will not be equal to ...


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Absolute lowest price I could bring one down for is 185.73. You'll notice that regardless of your low port requirement this switch has 24 ports. This just happened to be cheaper than switches with lower port quantities. I suspect that 10-Gigabit switches are only really used in enterprise level applications as you are unlikely to actually pass the Gigabit ...


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Look on NewEgg.com: they allow customizing precisely such quantities, when filtering the laptops to display. The exact search is here, and as you can see you can currently get this configuration for under $500.


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5760x1200 is 6,912,000 pixels, which is 1 billion less pixels than true 4k resolution (3840×2160, 8,294,400 pixels), so 4k framerates could be comparable to 5760x1200 framerates (but take it with a grain of salt, as for ultrawide resolutions like 5760x1200 the GPU would need more memory to load textures). So it might be worth to get two GTX 1080 Ti and use ...


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If you are looking for price, an HP EliteBook 725 G3 would be your best bet, with a 12.5" HD screen, and prices starting at $649 right now. But, in fact, for only $899, you can get the Lenovo ThinkPad E485 with a 14" HD screen, and a Ryzen (yes!) processor. ($799 if you're willing to drop the SSD requirement.) Notice that SSD size upgrades are very ...


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